Dataset: UVG-UVAL
Taxa: Persea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Persea caerulea (Ruiz & Pav.) Mez
UVAL005354Annica Kepfer   1996-03-16
Guatemala, Guatemala, Km. 25 Carretera a El Salvador, 14.4843838 -90.5317544

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UVAL009887E. Pöll   2000-03-01
Guatemala, Guatemala, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL015170N. Alvarado   14N2004-08-29
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, 15.4690005 -90.3723149

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UVAL008637E. Pöll   Proyecto #231998-10-03
Guatemala, Petén, El Remate, Biotopo Cerro Cahuí, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

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UVAL006443J. Kritschey   JK51996-06-01
Guatemala, Petén, 16.9818507 -89.8992254

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UVAL012308Pamela Castro   2001-10-27
Guatemala, Guatemala, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL012789S. Hidalgo   2002-04-18
Guatemala, Guatemala, Col. El Maestro, Vista Hermosa 1, zona 15, Guatemala, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL012733M. Llorens   62002-04-18
Guatemala, Guatemala, Circunvalación del Lago de Amatitlán, km. 3.5, 14.4783338 -90.6188889

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UVAL010615M. Peña-Chocarro   MPCH 4801999-03-17
México, Campeche, Carretera a Tomás Garrido, 17.55653 -93.38104

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UVAL004432E. Pöll   1995-02-05
Guatemala, Sololá, 14.6327782 -91.1422224

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UVAL016880E. Escobar   2008-01-24
Guatemala, Chiquimula, Aldea El Durazno, 14.7993282 -89.5435389

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UVAL006538A. Morales   1997-04-06
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Pozo Vivo, 15.3172563 -90.3521453

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UVAL005253Erick Toledo   ET 15-961996-01-18
Guatemala, Zacapa, Cuenca Río Limas, Jones, 15.0433336 -89.5849997

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UVAL21900Marcelo Serrano   2019-01-01
Guatemala, Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Finca Pamac, San Cristobal Verapaz, 15.4 -90.6, 2000m


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